All Relations between cerebellum and Thalamus

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Gianna Nossa, Humberto Monsivais, Chang Geun Lee, Grace Francis, Ellen M Wells, Jae Hong Park, Ulrike Dyda. Do toenail manganese and iron levels reflect brain metal levels or brain metabolism in welders? Neurotoxicology. 2024-07-13. PMID:39002648. quantitative t1 and r2* mri maps of the whole brain, along with gaba, glu, and gsh mrs measurements from the thalamus and cerebellum were acquired at baseline (t0). 2024-07-13 2024-07-16 Not clear
b' Eva Milet\\xc3\\xadnov\\xc3\\xa1, Monika Klikov\\xc3\\xa1, Am\\xc3\\xa1lie Dostal\\xc3\\xadkov\\xc3\\xa1, Jitka Bu\\xc5\\xa1kov\\xc3\\xa. Morphological characteristics of cerebellum, pons and thalamus in Reccurent isolated sleep paralysis - A pilot study. Frontiers in neuroanatomy. vol 18. 2024-07-04. PMID:38962392.' morphological characteristics of cerebellum, pons and thalamus in reccurent isolated sleep paralysis - a pilot study. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 Not clear
Megan X Nguyen, Amanda M Brown, Tao Lin, Roy V Sillitoe, Jason S Gil. Targeting DBS to the centrolateral thalamic nucleus improves movement in a lesion-based model of acquired cerebellar dystonia in mice. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2024-06-03. PMID:38826430. dystonia can be caused by genetic, degenerative, idiopathic, and acquired etiologies, which are hypothesized to converge on a "dystonia network" consisting of the basal ganglia, thalamus, cerebellum, and cerebral cortex. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 mouse
Megan X Nguyen, Amanda M Brown, Tao Lin, Roy V Sillitoe, Jason S Gil. Targeting DBS to the centrolateral thalamic nucleus improves movement in a lesion-based model of acquired cerebellar dystonia in mice. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2024-06-03. PMID:38826430. in acquired dystonia, focal lesions to subcortical areas in the network - the basal ganglia, thalamus, and cerebellum - lead to a dystonia that can be difficult to manage with canonical treatments, including deep brain stimulation (dbs). 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 mouse
Maurya D Patel, Muskaan Patel, Rutva Jani, Kishan G Patel, Priyansh Patel, Siddharth Kamal Gandh. Essential Tremors: A Literature Review of Current Therapeutics. Cureus. vol 16. issue 5. 2024-06-03. PMID:38826876. these tremors involve the central motor network of the cerebellum, thalamus, and cortical networks, leading to different clinical phenotypes. 2024-06-03 2024-06-05 Not clear
D Alwyn Dart, Charlotte L Bevan, Pinar Uysal-Onganer, Wen Guo Jian. Analysis of androgen receptor expression and activity in the mouse brain. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-05-15. PMID:38750183. ar-driven luciferase activity and distinct nuclear staining for ar were seen in several key brain areas including the thalamus, hypothalamus, olfactory bulb, cerebral cortex, purkinje cells of the cerebellum and the hindbrain. 2024-05-15 2024-05-27 mouse
Stacy N Hudgins, Adrian Curtin, Joseph Tracy, Hasan Aya. Impaired Cortico-Thalamo-Cerebellar Integration Across Schizophrenia, Bipolar II, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Patients Suggests Potential Neural Signatures for Psychiatric Illness. Research square. 2024-04-08. PMID:38586053. the functional integration between the thalamus and cerebellum significantly influences learning and memory in cognition. 2024-04-08 2024-04-10 human
Agniete Kampaite, Rebecka Gustafsson, Elizabeth N York, Peter Foley, Niall J J MacDougall, Mark E Bastin, Siddharthan Chandran, Adam D Waldman, Rozanna Meijboo. Brain connectivity changes underlying depression and fatigue in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: A systematic review. PloS one. vol 19. issue 3. 2024-03-29. PMID:38551913. additionally, both depression and fatigue were related to altered cingulum structural connectivity, and functional connectivity involving thalamus, cerebellum, frontal lobe, ventral tegmental area, striatum, default mode and attention networks, and supramarginal, precentral, and postcentral gyri. 2024-03-29 2024-04-01 human
Hsien-Yin Liao, Chia-Ming Yen, I-Han Hsiao, Hsin-Cheng Hsu, Yi-Wen Li. Eicosapentaenoic Acid Modulates Transient Receptor Potential V1 Expression in Specific Brain Areas in a Mouse Fibromyalgia Pain Model. International journal of molecular sciences. vol 25. issue 5. 2024-03-13. PMID:38474148. the levels of elements in the transient receptor potential v1 (trpv1) signaling pathway were increased in the ascending pain pathway, including the thalamus, medial prefrontal cortex, somatosensory cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, and cerebellum. 2024-03-13 2024-03-15 mouse
Chunxiang Zhang, Zitao Zhu, Kaiyu Wang, Brianna F Moon, Bohao Zhang, Yanyong Shen, Zihe Wang, Xin Zhao, Xiaoan Zhan. Assessment of brain structure and volume reveals neurodevelopmental abnormalities in preterm infants with low-grade intraventricular hemorrhage. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-03-08. PMID:38459090. bpf, rk in the cerebellum, mk in the genu of the corpus callosum, and mk in the thalamus of preterm infants with low-grade ivh were associated with lower nbna scores (r = 0.831, 0.836, 0.728, 0.772, p < 0.05). 2024-03-08 2024-03-11 human
Mauliza Mauliza, Herlina Dimiati, Muslim Akmal, Imran Imra. Role of forkhead box protein 2 (FOXP2) in oral-motor abilities of preterm infants: A brief literature review. Narra J. vol 3. issue 2. 2024-03-07. PMID:38450264. the oral feeding development involves forkhead box protein 2 (foxp2)-expressing neurons that are found in the deep layers of the cortex, basal ganglia, parts of the thalamus and purkinje cells of the cerebellum. 2024-03-07 2024-03-09 Not clear
Sisi Jiang, Haonan Pei, Junxia Chen, Hechun Li, Zetao Liu, Yuehan Wang, Jinnan Gong, Sheng Wang, Qifu Li, Mingjun Duan, Vince D Calhoun, Dezhong Yao, Cheng Lu. Striatum- and Cerebellum-Modulated Epileptic Networks Varying Across States with and without Interictal Epileptic Discharges. International journal of neural systems. 2024-02-19. PMID:38372049. in the state without ieds, striatum, cerebellum, and thalamus were linked to weaken the interactions of regions in the salience network (sn) with dmn and smc. 2024-02-19 2024-02-21 Not clear
Sisi Jiang, Haonan Pei, Junxia Chen, Hechun Li, Zetao Liu, Yuehan Wang, Jinnan Gong, Sheng Wang, Qifu Li, Mingjun Duan, Vince D Calhoun, Dezhong Yao, Cheng Lu. Striatum- and Cerebellum-Modulated Epileptic Networks Varying Across States with and without Interictal Epileptic Discharges. International journal of neural systems. 2024-02-19. PMID:38372049. the striatum and cerebellum moderated the cortical interaction among dmn, sn, and smc in alliance with the thalamus, contributing to the dysfunction in states with and without ieds in ige. 2024-02-19 2024-02-21 Not clear
Benedetta Vai, Federico Calesella, Alice Pelucchi, Martina Riberto, Sara Poletti, Margherita Bechi, Roberto Cavallaro, Benedetti Francesc. Adverse childhood experiences differently affect Theory of Mind brain networks in schizophrenia and healthy controls. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 172. 2024-02-17. PMID:38367321. aces and diagnosis showed a widespread interaction at both affective and cognitive tasks, including connectivity between vmpfc, acc, precentral and postcentral gyri, insula, pcc, precuneus, parahippocampal gyrus, temporal pole, thalamus, and cerebellum, and functional response in the acc, thalamus, parahippocampal gyrus and putamen. 2024-02-17 2024-02-20 Not clear
Ramón Anadón, Isabel Rodríguez-Moldes, Fátima Adri. Distribution of gamma-aminobutyric acid immunoreactivity in the brain of the Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baeri): Comparison with other fishes. The Journal of comparative neurology. vol 532. issue 2. 2024-02-09. PMID:38335045. our results revealed the presence and distribution of gaba/gad-ir cells in different regions of the cns such as olfactory bulbs, pallium and subpallium, hypothalamus, thalamus, pretectum, optic tectum, tegmentum, cerebellum, central grey, octavolateralis area, vagal lobe, rhombencephalic reticular areas, and the spinal cord. 2024-02-09 2024-02-12 Not clear
Susanne Nehls, Elena Losse, Christian Enzensberger, Thomas Frodl, Natalia Chechk. Time-sensitive changes in the maternal brain and their influence on mother-child attachment. Translational psychiatry. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-02-08. PMID:38331939. a less hostile behavior toward the child at 6-12 weeks postpartum is predicted by the gmv change in the amygdala, the temporal pole, the olfactory gyrus, the anterior cingulate, the thalamus and the cerebellum in the same period. 2024-02-08 2024-02-11 Not clear
Jason S Gill, Megan X Nguyen, Mariam Hull, Meike E van der Heijden, Ken Nguyen, Sruthi P Thomas, Roy V Sillito. Function and dysfunction of the dystonia network: an exploration of neural circuits that underlie the acquired and isolated dystonias. Dystonia. vol 2. 2024-01-26. PMID:38273865. an increasing number of investigations have tied this disorder to dysfunction of a broad "dystonia network" encompassing the cerebellum, thalamus, basal ganglia, and cortex. 2024-01-26 2024-01-28 mouse
My V H Nguyen, Yinan Xu, Kelly A Vaughn, Arturo E Hernande. Subcortical and cerebellar volume differences in bilingual and monolingual children: An ABCD study. Developmental cognitive neuroscience. vol 65. 2023-12-28. PMID:38154377. in general, bilingual children had less cerebellar volume and greater volume in the putamen, thalamus, and globus pallidus than monolingual children. 2023-12-28 2023-12-31 Not clear
Cheng-Chun Chiang, Yu-Che Wu, Chiao-Hsin Lan, Kuan-Chieh Wang, Hsuan-Ching Tang, Shin-Tsu Chan. Exploring CNS Involvement in Pain Insensitivity in Hereditary Sensory and Autonomic Neuropathy Type 4: Insights from Tc-99m ECD SPECT Imaging. Tomography (Ann Arbor, Mich.). vol 9. issue 6. 2023-12-22. PMID:38133079. using technetium-99m ethyl cysteinate dimer single-photon emission computed tomography (tc-99m ecd spect) imaging, we discovered perfusion deficits in key brain regions, notably the cerebellum, thalamus, and postcentral gyrus. 2023-12-22 2023-12-24 Not clear
Xun Yang, Yuan Song, Yuhan Zou, Yilin Li, Jianguang Zen. Neural correlates of prediction error in patients with schizophrenia: evidence from an fMRI meta-analysis. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 2023-12-07. PMID:38061699. our meta-analysis showed that, relative to healthy controls, schizophrenia patients showed increased activity in the precentral gyrus and middle frontal gyrus and reduced activity in the mesolimbic circuit, including the striatum, thalamus, amygdala, hippocampus, anterior cingulate cortex, insula, superior temporal gyrus, and cerebellum, when processing prediction errors. 2023-12-07 2023-12-17 Not clear